Mia Raymond, LMFT, CEDS-S
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #52262
Certified Eating Disorders Specialist #3971
IAEDP Approved Supervisor #18-453
I'm passionate about supporting you in discovering a healing space that provides emotional safety and fosters collaboration. Nobody knows you better than you. I am here to guide you inward toward the parts of yourself you may have forgotten, towards possible patterns that may be challenging to look at, and, ultimately the barriers that keep you from having the most fulfilling experiences. I am here to support you in rediscovering the relationship with yourself.
I am a huge believer in being the same person inside and outside the therapeutic space. Feel free to ask me questions along the way if it helps you feel more connected. I'm an open book. This may seem a bit strange coming from a therapist. I believe true integration and embodied recovery is being yourself wherever you are.
I stay connected via nature; hiking and the ocean keep me rooted. I've been practicing yoga for more than half my life. If I've learned anything, it's that you can take your mat anywhere metaphorically.
I so look forward to meeting you!
p.s., If you want to see me speaking internationally at ICAAD in London in May 2017, please click the “v” icon atop. It will give you a good sense of who I am and who you’d be working with.
M.A., Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy, Antioch University, March 2010
B.A., Psychology, University of Miami, 2007
The Lovaas Institute, 2008-2010 (Autism Spectrum Disorders)
The Do It Now Center (Substance Abuse/Dependence and co-occurring Disorders), 2009-2011
Reasons Eating Disorders Center, (Inpatient, RTC, PHP, and IOP), 2010-2012
*Interim Program Coordinator, PHP and IOP
La Ventana Eating Disorders Program,
(RTC, PHP, and IOP)
Clinical Director of Eating Disorder Programs, 2012-2017
The Linda Ray Intervention Center, University of Miami’s Medical Campus, 2005-2007
-Facilitated Dr. Lynn Katz with research on contributing factors to domestic violence (interpersonal violence now).